Posts in the category "The Voices Newsletter"

Episode 1 – Luxembourg We have already, and abundantly, addressed the question of the European classification system for sustainable activities, i.e. the EU taxonomy, in the newsletter of the Voices. We mentioned it already in December 2018 and the criticality of the topic has, early on and despite our obvious David and Goliath complex, encouraged…

Publié le 31/10/2020

The pronuclear citizens’ movement takes shape On the importance of being “part of it” More than a month of gatherings, discussions, laughter, some numbers, and above all polar bears, around the world, to celebrate the fact that more and more citizens are daring to take the step to get out in front of their peers,…

Publié le 30/09/2020

Chronicles of the other nuclear – Volume 2 “And when He was finished, and the world reactor fleet was purring along, the Human Genius decided to rest, and He created the summer holiday.“ Summer’s over. It’s back to school/work time ! It’s the time to assume our responsibilities, to stick together and get cracking! Welcome…

Publié le 15/08/2020

Climate vandalism on a global scale The premature shutdown of the two reactors at the Fessenheim nuclear power plant is a political act, unrelated to the quality or performance of their operation, of the plant, of the site, of the surrounding region, carried out against the will of its inhabitants. It came from outside, it…

Publié le 31/07/2020

Shutdown of the Fessenheim nuclear power plant – global citizens speak out about the absurd ecocidal decision On February 22 the first unit in Fessenheim was shut down. On June 30, the time came for the second unit, and consequently whole site, to be closed. A lot has been said about this subject in recent…

Publié le 30/07/2020

Studies in several countries, since the 1990s, show that women have a marked tendency to be more opposed to nuclear power than men, especially in developed societies. We have asked ourselves where did this difference come from? Women are also more widely involved in environmental movements, associations or NGOs. Feminism has actually been associated with…

Publié le 12/06/2020

As the situation remains uncertain, there is however one thing it seems we can always count on: the steady or even increased pressure exerted by opponents of nuclear power that we can witness at country level as well as at the European Commission level. For those of us with children and / or on the…

Publié le 12/05/2020

Dear all, In times of crisis, solidarity means, first and foremost, continuing to hold our jobs and assume the responsibilities attached to it, the ones others count on us for. Society is founded on a distribution of tasks, itself based on regulations and on a certain degree of trust. If, of course, expressing opinions and…

Publié le 08/04/2020

THE FUTURE Nuclear is an energy and a technology for the future. If recent events have tried to convince us of the contrary, they reflect fluctuating, and – to put it bluntly – opportunistic political decisions. The reality of underlying trends is quite different. Translated by research, supported by tangible industrial reality of the current…

Publié le 07/03/2020

November 2019, Fatih Birol, executive director of the International Energy Agency If you lose nuclear power, it could be too late [for climate change] This year we celebrate the second anniversary of the Voices of Nuclear. Time to go back to the roots of this idea and see what, if anything, has changed. When, end…

Publié le 02/02/2020